Is your DU internet connection as fast as it should be? Use our speed checker to find out!
Have you ever wondered how fast your DU internet connection really is? Well, wonder no more! DU Telecom’s new Broadband Speed Checker can tell you exactly how much bandwidth your connection has. If you have access to our internet service, just go to du.ac/speedtest on your computer or mobile device and click start to run the test! The results will appear automatically in seconds, giving you the information, you need to decide if you’re getting what you paid for from DU Telecom.
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What is Internet Speed
The Internet Speed is used to measure data transmission rates over a period of time. The key measurement is bits per second, with kilobits per second (1,000 bits) being used commonly in everyday speech. For example, My Internet connection has a download speed of 10 megabits per second. It's also common to use an abbreviation such as Mbps for megabits per second. There are different types of bandwidth: upstream and downstream bandwidth and peak and sustained bandwidth. Sustained bandwidth measures actual throughput while peak bandwidth measures theoretical throughput under ideal conditions.
What Makes a Good Internet Connection
The truth is that there is no such thing as a universally perfect internet connection. However, there are several factors that could influence your download and upload speeds. If you're not receiving optimal speeds, try checking: The first place to look is in your computer's Wi-Fi settings. Are you connected to a 2.4GHz or 5GHz network?
How To Get A Faster Internet Connection
Determining whether or not you have a fast enough internet connection can sometimes take quite a bit of guesswork. For starters, you need to determine what fast means for you. Is 60 megabits per second (Mbps) suitable or will you settle for nothing less than 100 Mbps? A faster Internet connection isn’t necessarily better — if all you do is email and surf Facebook, then there’s no reason to shell out extra cash on something like gigabit internet.
Why Your Internet Could Be Slower Than You Think
There are a number of reasons why your Internet could seem slow—and you may not even know that they exist. If you want to ensure that you’re getting the fastest, most reliable experience possible when surfing online, here are a few basic tips for troubleshooting
Finding The Best Internet Package For You
When you’re on a tight budget, choosing a good Internet package is important. Here are some of the things you’ll want to consider when looking for a deal: How many devices will need Wi-Fi at home or work? Will those computers and phones be used for streaming video (or downloading or uploading large files)? If so, you may need more bandwidth than slower plans offer.
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